Sports Competition That Made Eritrean Youth’s Bright Future Evident
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 11:38 |
The Seventh African Continental Cycling Championship came to an end with a signal accomplishment of young Eritrean riders. As such, the Eritrean youth are crowned champions twice both at the national and individual levels following the tough Continental Championships hosted in Rwanda and the homeland in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
Potentials that Draw Sports Competitions
Monday, 14 November 2011 02:20 |
The sport-loving Eritrean people is now hosting the seventh African Continental Championship with patriotic enthusiasm. Indeed, the long history of road racing in Eritrea has its roots since 1930s. Eritrea has for well over the past seven decades nurtured cyclists, who have been demonstrating excellence in a number of international sporting competitions, of whom Africa takes due pride. In 2010, Eritrea was crowned champion of continental cycling. And now, it is the right time for the nation to host continental championship.
Eritrea: The Spot of Investment Attractions
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 10:00 |
Eritrea’s wide opportunities in a number of sectors, especially in the mining, tourism and industry sectors, are invitingly growing for foreign investment. On top of the existing investment opportunities, asserting the fact that Eritrea is continuously growing a place of interest for investors owing to several other factors is not an overstatement, but rather is an averment of the reality.
Platform that Guarantees Sustainability
Tuesday, 01 November 2011 11:44 |
Festival Eritrea 2011 inside the country and in the diaspora where a large number of nationals live has as ever been in season with a patriotic zeal.
Development: The Outcome of Good Neighborliness
Friday, 28 October 2011 13:58 |
Officially inaugurated on October 26, 2011, in the City of Kassala, the strategic Arbaéta Asher-Kassala asphalt road linking Eritrea and Sudan was opened at a colorful ceremony in the presence of Eritrean, Sudanese and Qatari leaders to render service for the peoples of both nations.